Talk of the next generation of home consoles is starting to appear on nearly every video game website. It got me thinking about what the price will be per game. With every generation, the prices of games have increased by $10.
Now I don't know about everyone out there, but $59.99 is my limit and the game has to amazing for me to even consider purchasing it at that price. I do most of my shopping on Amazon.com and I wait for their video game sales.
Yet I can't say that I feel confident that games...
After a bit of a delay the new fall update is rolling out. For those of you who have gotten the update what are you impressions so far? Do you like the the new metro look?
Edit: looks a big change was the Netflix UI and it's not too bad. I like being able to select audio subtitles as an option now. However I can't seem to identify how one restarts a currently watched episode. I wonder if anyone else is finding different changes that are for the better or worst yet.
Get up early for it otherwise before their servers get swamped like last time. :)
Sadly it says that HBO Go will not be supported until next year, 2012.
It's quite fun too.
Quite bummed that they were too busy with Kinect games to announce this during their E3 keynote earlier today. http://www.joystiq.com/2011/06/06/cloud-storage-co...
I used an online guide to repair it myself, and it actually worked. It's been over a month and haven't had any problems. I was going to get a PS3 and maybe an AppleTV, but both those purchases have been put on hold, at least as long as this Xbox keeps working. Now, if I can only get a Kinect sensor before Christmas....
I was thinking of keeping it pretty simple with a cable box DVR, Xbox360, and then I was thinking about investing in a netbox and installing XBMC up in there so that I can play old video games and get all of the streaming goodness that comes with XBMC. I was thinking of ditching the cable box DVR and going with Tivo instead, but other than that, is there anything that I am missing? Any suggestions?
the original Xbox 360 is called the Xbox 360. the new (smaller, quieter, wi-fi N) Xbox is simply the New Xbox 360... Microsoft's semantics, not mine... :)
However, now I have a killer reason to pick up one of the beautiful shiny black models. WIN! ^___^
Personally, I have some bizarre, guilty pleasure of enjoying spaghetti westerns. This new open-ended game from Rockstar Games looks so fun and I can't wait for its release. I'll probably be picking up a copy the day it comes out on the PS3. It even has multiplayer. Maybe we can get some folks together and start a gdgt posse! Anyway, it looks awesome. Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9VG09O3_GRY
If you want it please post a reply below and I'll pick someone at random (the only requirement is that you have to have the Xbox 360 on your Have list, no point in giving the code to someone who doesn't own one). Good luck! UPDATE: We have a winner! Congrats to user Dnukem, who was selected at random from everyone who posted a comment below.